You need to take the dog, not just his pee, to the vet asap. If he is lucky, it will be a bladder infection that can be treated with the right antibiotics, or a type of bladder stones that can be treated with a prescription diet. Delay in diagnosing and treating either of these can result in very expensive and life-threatening problems.10yro neutered GSD peeing blood this morning. Any ideas or suggestions. He is eating and playing normally.
This (total hematuria) indicates that the blood is being formed before the urinary bladder and therefore within the ureters or the kidney itself.Pee started out rusty and got darker as stream continued.